Apocrypha was created by my self: Rafael Garcia (Fafa), but there is a co-produccer (some times), the bio/human/sampler: Raul... I usually play the instruments and my friend sing, or he give me the vocal sound effects that I need, he's like a tool for me!!! The songs were created for you, It's time to create a new source, but is necessary to destroy old concepts about music, like the picture of my presentation... Rafael Garcia:I just can say that music is my life, this is only a stage of a... Topic: Apocrypha
An English translation of an anonymous 6th century text first published by E. Bratke as "Das sogenannte Religionsgesprach am Hof der Sasaniden", TU 19 (n. F. 4) 3a. Leipzig, 1899. New edition and French translation in Pauline Bringel, Une polemique religieuse a la cour perse: le De gestis in Perside. Histoire du texte, Edition critique et traduction (diss. Sorbonne, 2007). This English translation was made using Bringel and Bratke. Topics: Aphroditianus, Aphroditian, Apocrypha
Constantinus Tischendorf: Evangelia Apocrypha; adhibitus plurimis codicibus graecis et latinis maximam partem nunc primum consultis atque ineditorum copia insignibus. Topics: evangelia apocrypha, apocryphal gospels
Most of Proverbs contains collections of proverbs (pithy sayings about life) but the book has a nine chapter prologue and a half chapter epilogue. The epilogue is a poem describing an ideal(ised) wife. The prologue seeks to motivate the student (a young male - notice all the "my son" language) to follow his mother's advice and live a faithful, respectable, respectful, honest life. The last chapters sex up this motivational speech by picturing Wisdom as a woman, who should become the... Topics: bible, proverbs, wisdom, apocrypha
LibriVox recording of The Apocryphal Acts of Paul, Peter, John, Andrew and Thomas by Bernhard Pick. Read in English by JoeD The full title of this book is, The Apocryphal Acts of Paul, Peter, John, Andrew and Thomas, published in 1909. As early as the second century, numerous legends concerning the fates of the Christian apostles were in circulation. These Acts, widely regarded as originating circa 150 CE, are among the earliest accounts still in existence of the lives, preaching and... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, christian apocrypha
Uncanonical Writings of the Old Testament translated into English (Venice, 1900) from Classical Armenian manuscripts by Rev. J. Issaverdens. Includes some rarities: The Book of Adam, The History of Assaneth, The History of Moses, The Deaths of the Prophets, Concerning King Solomon, A Short History of the Prophet Elias, Concerning the Prophet Jeremiah, The Vision of Enoch the Just, The Testaments of the XII Patriarchs, The Third Book of Esdras, and Inquiries Made by the Prophet Esdras. Digitized... Topics: Old Testament, Uncannonical Books, Apocrypha
Librivox recording of Additions to Daniel, King James Version. Read by David Shamp The Additions to Daniel comprise three chapters not found in the Hebrew/Aramaic text of Daniel. The text of these chapters is found in the Greek Septuagint and in the earlier Old Greek translation. They are accepted as canonical and translated as such in Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Bibles. They are listed in Article VI of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England. However, most... Topics: librivox, audiobook, Bible, apocrypha, deuterocanonical, Daniel Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of Book of Tobit (Tobias), Douay-Rheims Version. Read by Sam Stinson. The book tells the alleged story of a righteous Israelite of the Tribe of Naphtali named Tobit living in Nineveh after the deportation of the northern tribes of Israel to Assyria in 721 BC under Sargon II. (Summary by Wikipedia, modified by Sam Stinson) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox... Topics: religion, Bible, apocrypha, Deuterocanon, Librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of Book of Judith, from the Douay-Rheims Bible. Read by Sam Stinson. The story revolves around Judith, a daring and beautiful widow, who is upset with her Jewish countrymen for being unwilling to engage their foreign conquerors. She goes with her loyal if reluctant maid Abra to the camp of the enemy general, Holofernes, to whom she slowly ingratiates herself, promising him both sexual favors and information on the Israelites. Gaining his trust (though not having delivered on... Topics: religion, Bible, apocrypha, Deuterocanon, Librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of The First Book of Adam and Eve, translated by Rutherford Hayes Platt. Read by Ann Boulais. The Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan is a Christian pseudepigraphical work found in Ge'ez, translated from an Arabic original and thought to date from the 5th or 6th century AD. It was first translated from the Ethiopic version into German by August Dillmann. It was first translated into English by S. C. Malan from the German of Ernest Trumpp. The first half of Malan's translation... Topics: Bible, Old Testament, apocrypha, religion, Librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of The Didache, from the Roberts-Donaldson translation. Read by Sam Stinson. The Didache is the common name of a brief early Christian treatise (dated by most scholars to the late first or early second century), containing instructions for Christian communities. The text, parts of which may have constituted the first written catechism, has three main sections dealing with Christian lessons, rituals such as baptism and eucharist, and Church organization. It was considered by... Topics: religion, apocrypha, Twelve Apostles, Librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of The Prayer of Manasseh, King James Version. Read by Sam Stinson. The Prayer of Manasseh is a short work of only 15 verses that purports to be the penitential prayer of the Judean king Manasseh, who is recorded in the Bible as one of the most idolatrous (2 Kings 21:1-18). However, after having been taken captive by the Assyrians, he prays for mercy (2 Chronicles 33:10-17) and turns from his idolatrous ways. (Summary by Wikipedia) For further information, including links to... Topics: Bible, religion, Manasses, apocrypha, deuterocanon, librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Scholarly Armenian-language studies (Venice, 1898) by the distinguished Armenist Barsegh Sargisean. 509 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian. Topics: Bible, Apocrypha, Church, Armenian, Armenia, Old Testament
Ankanon girk' Hin Ktakaranats' [Uncanonical Books of the Old Testament], Sargis Hovsep'eants', editor (Venice, 1896). This text is in Classical Armenian (Grabar). An English translation by Rev. J. Issaverdens, also available at Internet Archive, makes this an excellent text for learning Classical Armenian. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian. [Note: Internet Archive also has Classical Armenian editions of New Testament Uncanonical Books. Search on: Armenian... Topics: Grabar, Ankanon, Apocrypha, Old Testament, Classical Armenian
LibriVox recording of 2 Maccabees by Douay-Rheims Version (DRV). Read in English by Adam; Lori Arsenault The Book of 2 Machabees (more commonly rendered 2 Maccabees) is an abridgement of another work, now lost, which describes the events surrounding the defeat of Antiochus IV Epiphanes and the rededication of the Jewish temple in the 2nd Century BCE. It's canonicity (status as Holy Writ) was established later in the Christian era, and hence forms part of the deuterocanon (2nd canon). It is... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, bible, apocrypha, deuterocanon, hanukkah, maccabees, antiochus
Librivox recording of The Prayer of Manasses. Read by David Shamp. The Prayer of Manasses is supposed to have been the prayer of Manasses King of Judah when he repented from his idolatrous ways when he was held captive by the Assyrians in Babylon. Manasseh’s evil ways are recorded in 2 Kings 21:1-18, and the account of his repentance is recorded in 2 Chronicles 33:10-17. The Prayer of Manasses is held to be a deuterocanonical book by many Christians and is held to be Apocryphal by others.... Topics: Bible, apocrypha, deuterocanonical, Manasses, Manasseh, religion, Christianity, librivox, audiobook Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Bible, Bible, Bible. O.T. Apocrypha and Apocryphal books Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=mUc7AAAAIAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byConstantine Tischendorf, 19th century, 6vols, 1857-1870.
Constantine Tischendorf's Monumenta Sacra, Sacred Monuments, here in the fourth set of his works, was originally published by subscription only as an unpublished work dedicated to Princes of Europe and high church leaders. The celebrated Tregelles being one of the subscribers. It is a collection of new fragmented codices and manuscripts to accompany his great work of the Codex Sinaiticus.mjm,2010. Topics: greek manuscripts, codex, new testament, apocrypha, apostolic fathers, sinaiticus
mention in details How Mohammud founder of Islam Take his legends and religion basis from un canonical and rabbinical sources, my book is in arabic, Edetion 2 ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Haggadah Old Testament Apocrypha Islam Sources Critism Atheism
byConstantine Tischendorf, 19th century, other editors, 19th-20th cent.
Constantine Tischendorf, in this third set of 8select volumes, are his publications of Apocryphal and Apostolic Fathers of the early church. The various manuscripts and codices are used to edit and emend the various writings. Again as in his New Testament text, the Sinaiticus Codex prevails.mjm,2010. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: greek, bible, apocrypha, apostolic, fathers, christian, church, heresies
Spiritual Awakening, Program 634: Book Reviews and Readings: Michio Kaku's Parallel Worlds, The Gospel of Thomas by Jean-Yves Leloup, Odes of Solomon, Rumi's Master: Shams of Tabriz. Spiritual Awakening, heard on various community and public radio stations; also broadcast on Radio For Peace International, explores the world of spirituality, comparative religion, books, websites, and music. Topics: Gnostic Gospels, Nag Hammadi Library, Christianity, Apocrypha, Sufism, Rumi, Sant Mat, Radhasoami,...
Classical Armenian texts (Venice, 1898), Esayi Tayets'i, editor. Contents: 1. Book of the Infancy of Christ (version A); 2. Book of the Infancy of Christ (version B); 3. Dormition of the Mother of God, as related by the venerable Nicodemos. 553 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian. [Note: Internet Archive also has available another volume titled Ankanon girk' arhak'elakank' [Uncanonical Books of the Gospels] (Venice, 1904) Kerovbe Chrak'ean, editor. Search... Topics: Bible, Christianity, Grabar, Ankanon, Apocrypha, New Testament, Classical Armenian, Uncanonical...
1 Enoch, 2 Enoch, 3 Enoch, Life of Adam and Eve ( Latin, Greek and Slavonic),Apocalypsis of Adam, Testament of Adam, Apocalypse of Abraham, Testament of Abraham, Testament of Isaac, Testament of Jacob, Ladder of Jacob, The Assumption of Moses, Book of Jubilees Topics: enoch, adam, eve, apocrypha, latin, greek, slavonic, ethiopic, coptic, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob,...
Diaries that record Harold and Martha Sherman's five-plus years (1942-48) in Chicago as members of the Forum that studied the Urantia papers prior to publication as The Urantia Book (1955). These are scanned images of the original notebooks located in Harold Sherman's archive at the University of Central Arkansas. They have been transcribed and published separately as The Sherman Diaries (Square Circles Publishing). Topics: Urantia, revelation, Harold Sherman, Urantia Book history, apocrypha, Dr. William S. Sadler, Forum